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Intervention – ‘Crammed Contested Strip: Democracy in the New Republic’ by Andy Merrifield

Andy Merrifield, Fellow, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge I was in Athens not long ago, at a conference called “Crisis-Scapes”, organized by a talented anarchist collective who a few … Continue reading

25 June 2014 · 1 Comment

Video abstract – Pauline McGuirk and Phillip O’Neill talk about ‘Critical geographies with the state: The problem of social vulnerability and the politics of engaged research’

“The debate over relevance in geography was not really about relevance (whoever heard of irrelevant human activity?), but about whom our research was relevant to…” David Harvey’s (1974: 23) lesson, … Continue reading

23 May 2012 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – Nausheen Anwar talks about ‘State Power, Civic Participation and the Urban Frontier’

Issue 3 of Antipode‘s 44th volume will be out next month, and in it we have papers on worker co-operatives and spaces of possibility; actor-network theory and the politics of resistance; … Continue reading

10 April 2012 · 1 Comment

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